Thiel Law Group, P.C.
The Thiel Law Group, P.C. is a full service law firm committed to helping those in need. Our experience has taught us that a situation will typically worsen the longer you wait to take action. If you are not sure where to start, give us a call and we’ll get started together.
We focus our practice exclusively on Bankruptcy and Criminal Defense. We are very down to earth individuals, and pride ourselves on giving people direct answers to their questions. We never say things simply because we think that is what you may want to hear. If you want straight answers to your questions, call us now. We realize this may be a very traumatic and confusing time for you, and we would very much like to help you.
If you are ready to take control of your situation before it gets out of control, please call us. Remember, the first consultation is free.
People v. LJ
Our Client was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance. It was alleged that our Client was pulled over for Expired plates and no city sticker. The police claimed that he was not able to produce identification or a driver's license or insurance. Our Client also gave a false name multiple times. The police decided to arrest our Client. They searched his car pursuant to his arrest and recovered narcotics. All felony charged were dismissed at the preliminary hearing.
People v. AR
Our Client was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance. Police were serving a search warrant looking for an individual other than our Client. Although the person the police were looking for was not present in our Client's house, the police did allegedly recovered 52 bags of narcotics totaling over 10 grams. We set our Client's case for trial. While previewing our case to the prosecution prior to trial, they saw the stregnth of our position. Instead of proceeding to trial, the prosecution dismissed the case!
People v. IF
Our Client was charged with DUI. Police pulled our Client over because they observed him driving his vehicle on the sidewalk. Our Client allegedly had bloodshot eyes and a strong odor of alcohol on his breath. He was not able to produce a driver's license when asked. Our Client participated in and failed multiple standardized field sobriety tests. These tests were on video. There were numerous open containers of alcohol in the vehicle, including vodka and beer. While being transported to the station, our Client vomited multiple times. At the station, our Client took a breathalyzer test, and the result was .230 (nearly triple the limit). Our Client also made confessions regarding drinking before driving the car. We were able to successfully negotiate time considered served for our Client with no additional fines!
People v. DH
Our Client was charged with Felony Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon in a School. It was alleged that our client participated in a plan to bring a loaded gun into a Chicago Public High School. A fire alarm was pulled which allowed our Client to leave the building and return with a loaded handgun. Because of the amount of people returning into the building, no one was required to pass thru the metal detector. Our Client allegedly told another student that he had brought a gun into the building. This student notified school personnelle who detained our Client. The police were called and a search of our Client revealed that he did indeed have a loaded gun in his possession. We tried to Suppress the gun, but the Judge denied our Motion. However, we were able to work out a deal for time considered served. Our Client dressed in and out!